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Common Projects Court Low (42) [White 0506]

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by usher, Oct 6, 2016.

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    Common Projects Court Low (42) [White 0506]

    9.45/10, worn maybe three times

    Comes with dustbag but no box, no spare laces

    • Very rare Court Lows from a really old season, like 2008/2009 or something (Google for better pics, mine suck)
    • Worn few times, not much wear on the outsole heel and even less on the forefoot. Yet to be broken in
    • I have no idea why, but the leather upper has aged like a fine wine in storage (refer to comparison pic with beat CP Achilles) (also, here is a pic of them some years ago http://i.imgur.com/fA8SHM7.jpg)
    • They are definitely white given the '0506' colour code. The leather still has a buttery sheen to it. You could potentially clean these somehow to whiten them, but imo the tinge gives the shoe character
    • Suede on the inside heels is still hairy
    • Small smudge on left shoe (on the bottom lace thread and slightly below it), tiny black smudge on right lace where you tie the shoes. Likely from storage, but can be easily cleaned if you care to do so
    • Some other minor markings along the midsole (i.e. dirt, tiny scuff marks), not noticeable unless up close

    Australian buyers preferred. You pay for postage. Will entertain reasonable offers, but fairly firm on this price
     
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